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Jecklin Disk - Favourite Classical Recordings?

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studiochap:
I've been using the Jecklin disk since the early 1980's, but not being a classical engineer I've never had the chance to use one in any classical music context, -  except for occasional solo pianos or commercial string sections  (with delayed spot mics added where necessary).

I would be very interested indeed to hear a classical recording made with the Jecklin OSS system, which in the opinion of knowledgeable forum members is an outstanding example of the application of that technique in an orchestral context.

Any suggestions for particular recordings would be very much appreciated.

Thanks,

Gwyn

Blas:
Gwyn, I've used a self constructed jecklin disc for my 5.1 concerts over the passed 10 years and feel the use of the disc for my rear monitors are just beauiful for capturing the surround effect of the mature instruments and quality of the venue it was captured in.

I use two ADK 51TL's in omini mode with the disc and am very happy when I place them about 30 feet front the stage edge and about 15-20 feet up.  You pick-up very well developed waves.

Visit my control room and let it show you how wonderful surround can be!!!

Plus you can mix it into a stereo project and make it sound stunning in depth!

Joe

tiller:
Not used one myself. However, to answer your question, I remember reading the Tak

nCole:
tiller wrote on Thu, 26 August 2010 16:10
Not used one myself. However, to answer your question, I remember reading the Tak

Rich Mays:
tiller wrote on Thu, 26 August 2010 17:10
Not used one myself. However, to answer your question, I remember reading the Tak

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